Dreams that empower #childerensday

I know they won’t do most of these things suddenly one morning, we as a parent have to lead by example. And we are on the right path, that gives us confidence as parents that the dreams we have for our kids will be fulfilled by God’s Grace. Continue reading Dreams that empower #childerensday

Have we lost value of freedom of our country?

In our life as an Indians we get patriotic in bouts. During cricket matches, while watching a patriotic movie, on independence and republic day are few of the moments when we get patriotic, what about the rest of the year?

We see many vehicles with stickers on them of ‘Bhagat Singh’ saying “lagta hai wapas aana padega…”. Lets promise all the souls who sacrificed for our freedom that “No, we are taking care of the country, you laid your life for now we will take it up. You can rest peacefully”

Let’s start with one thing-one mother-one day…… and mother India will see a new dawn at least by next Independence Day, a true Independence Day.

At last the lines of the famous song come to my mind “Ae, mere watan ke logo… jara aankh mein bharlo paani, jo shahid hue hai unki jara yaad karo kurbani” Continue reading Have we lost value of freedom of our country?

5 Must have books for Tweens #Booknblogwithus

As parents we always keep trying to teach and inculcate good habits in our kids, its much easier when they are young. We bring them interactive books, read them aloud along with kids imitating the emotions, read them bed time stories in short, we do everything to make sure, books become their companion. However, as the kids grow up, they have more than one advisor the special impact is of friends, the peer pressure changes their choices than what parents are says, and we often get to her, “my friends don’t do this”, yes, I am talking about the age when kids are about reach adolescence. The kids aged between 10 to 12 are popularly known as Tween agers.

I have one at home, hence know what are the challenges in keeping them glued, they are just like toddlers “na dhang se bade, na hi dhang se bade”, confused as ever. Continue reading 5 Must have books for Tweens #Booknblogwithus

Two books for adults and children alike #BlognBookswithUS

Thank you Sindhu Vinod Narayan from https://mybabymybooksandi.wordpress.com for introducing me. Please check out the post share on their Blog. I would like to Introduce Aishwarya Sandeep, who write on her blog  https://www.aishwaryasandeep.com Check out their posts on the blog. Sudha Murthy, … Continue reading Two books for adults and children alike #BlognBookswithUS